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BettySolly
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Re: Diagrams
BettySolly   1/23/2014 2:20:50 AM
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I also think that few diagras will definitely be helpful. They will help us to understand the concept really well. MySmileKeeper

bobjengr
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bobjengr   1/18/2014 3:47:28 PM
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Dr. Larigani--excellent post and very informative.  I am very interested in additional information.  Would you mind indicating a web site I can access for same?  It seems to me the time lag would be a real issues.  This is of course depending on the hardware and the distances involved.  Again, very interesting post. 

 

 

William K.
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Measuring, or even justaccurately detecting, that center point.
William K.   1/17/2014 10:19:35 AM
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This is an interesting post that I would have expected to find in a hig-brow physics journal. Definitely interesting, though. But jsu finding the geometrical center of the energy pattern of an object would seem to be quite an accomplishment, especially doing it at any distance and with any degree of accuracy.

So I also would find a greater explanation of how this is done to be both interesting and educational.

TJ McDermott
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Diagrams
TJ McDermott   1/17/2014 12:22:29 AM
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Dr. Larigani, could you share a few diagrams of your measurement technique?



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